In Loving Memory of Kyle Marx: 1999-2022


On Oct. 18, 2022, Kyle Thomas Marx, 23, a lifelong resident of Winlock, passed away. Kyle was born to Mike and Kama Marx on Aug. 11, 1999, in Centralia, Washington and graduated from Winlock High School. After working for Alaskan Campers in his high school years, he went on to become a heavy equipment operator for McCallum Rock Drilling. 

Kyle loved the outdoors and riding motorcycles. He learned how to ride his first dirt bike at age 3. His love for adventure led him on many successful hunting and fishing trips. Many times, he could be found listening to music in his shop while working on his truck and bikes. He cared deeply for those close to him, never hesitating to drop what he was doing to help someone in need. Kyle could make anyone laugh, had an infectious smile and was a pure joy to be around. 

He is survived by his only son Jaymin Marx, his one true love and fiancé SuHana Firman, their two dogs Rico and Ellie, parents Mike and Kama Marx, older sister Melissa Fleming, brother-in-law Kai Fleming, nephew Kase Fleming, nieces Scarlett Fleming and Kai’Enna Welton, and grandparents Lou and Judi Marx and Richard and Irene Robinette, as well as several cousins he considered brothers, along with many aunts, uncles and other cousins he was close with. 

Kyle’s celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. in Winlock at Burkett’s Barn on Hemenway Road on Saturday, Nov 5, 2022. 

The family graciously asks that any donations be directed to the GoFundMe page, Kyle Marx Memorial Fund, to support Su and Jaymin.